Are you struggling with acute feelings of anxiety or depression?

Has a recent event, medical diagnosis or a longstanding traumatic experience left you feeling overwhelmed?

Are you losing hope for the future of your marriage or relationship? Has negativity overtaken your interactions with your mate?

Are you struggling as a parent to balance loving support with clear limit-setting?

Does it feel like, despite your best intentions, you keep repeating the same unhelpful patterns of behavior or thinking at work or with friends and family?

When life presents important challenges, losses or transitions, when the comfort or advice of family and friends proves inadequate, working with a trained mental health professional can be your best response.

As a clinical psychologist, I am trained to diagnose and treat conditions such as depression, anxiety disorders and OCD, among others. My approach is collaborative and supportive asI first help you identify your goals for therapy. You may primarily be seeking relief from distress and worry. Or maybe you’re looking to understand your tendencies and motivations more deeply, change some unhealthy habits, improve your self-confidence. Many of my clients report getting unstuck from behaviors, thoughts or feelings that have felt frozen or uncontrollable.  By valuing and highlighting your strengths,  I encourage greater self-confidence and resilience. At the same time, I am eager to help you deepen your relationship with significant people in your life and to become more comfortable with areas of vulnerability and uncertainty.